When I was in Miami for BlogHer Food 14, one of the sponsors was King’s Hawaiian Bread. I had heard of their product before but never got to try it before the conference. I really loved the bread and liked how it had a slightly sweet flavor. Everytime I try a new product I like, it always starts a flurry of brainstorming of what I could make with it. This was no exception and I thought that King’s Hawaiian bread would taste great used in a sweet bread pudding recipe.
I have actually never made bread pudding before, but I have always enjoyed it. We will occasionally go to a buffet restaurant in our town and they always have bread pudding as one of the desserts. I had never tried making it before because my husband told me that he did not like it. The bread pudding was actually not hard to make at all and just took awhile to bake. I through that the flavors of pineapple and coconut would pair great with the slightly sweet King’s Hawaiian bread. I also decided to pair that with one of my favorite flavors, salted caramel.
This Salted Caramel Pina Colada Bread Pudding was so delicious. I really loved the combination of the salted caramel and pina colada flavors with the slightly sweet King’s Hawaiian bread. This really was a great combination and is great summer tropical dessert treat. My whole family loved it, even my husband who said that he did not like bread pudding. I only used coconut milk to add some coconut flavor but you could add some shredded coconut to add even more coconut flavor. This is great served with some salted caramel sauce drizzled right on top. I hope you enjoy this delicious treat!
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